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Hauraki charged over Abdull clash

Castleford's Weller Hauraki could miss his club's Challenge Cup semi-final after being charged with a grade C offence by the Rugby Football League's match review panel.

Castleford's Weller Hauraki charged over Abdull clash
Castleford's Weller Hauraki charged over Abdull clash Credit: Dave Howarth/DAH Sports Images/Press Association Images

Hauraki is accused if striking with his knees in a clash with Hull's Jordan Abdull in the Rigers' 18-18 Super League draw at the KC Stadium on Thursday July 24, 2014. The 29-year-old was not penalised by the incident was put on report. Hauraki will appear in front of a disciplinary panel on Tuesday and faces a two-to-three match suspension if found guilty.

Sheffield's Nick Matthew retains Commonwealth gold medal

Sheffield's Nick Matthew has won the Squash Commonwealth gold medal.

The 33-year-old world number one retained his title after a five-set final against England team-mate James Willstrop, from Pontefract.

Sheffield's Nick Matthew will take home the Commonwealth gold medal again
Sheffield's Nick Matthew will take home the Commonwealth gold medal again

Matthew triumphed 11-9 8-11 11-5 6-11 11-5 in a repeat of the final in Delhi, although the struggle was longer than his straight-set sweep four years ago.

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Tigers 'not in talks' with Maguire

Hull have denied a claim from Sheffield United they have had a bid for defender Harry Maguire accepted. The Premier League club have been linked with the 21-year-old centre back throughout the close season, but have distanced themselves from reports saying they were set to open talks with the Blades captain. The denial comes after Sheffield United said they had 'reluctantly' accepted an improved offer.

Harry Maguire
Sheffield United defender Harry Maguire Credit: Nick Potts/Press Association
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English hopefuls going for gold on Day 5 of Games

Boxer Nicola Adams and sprinter Adam Gemili will lead England's Commonwealth Games hopes today as they try to claim back the top spot on the leader board.

Reigning World number 1 flyweight boxer Nicola Adams will make her Commonwealth debut today.
Reigning World number 1 flyweight boxer Nicola Adams will make her Commonwealth debut today. Credit: PA

England are currently in second place with 57 medals behind Australia who have 73, while host nation Scotland are in third place with 30.

But that could all chance as women's boxing makes its Games debut today with Olympic champion and World No 1 Adams the star attraction.

She will take to the ring at 6.30pm and after that all eyes will be on England's Adam Gemili in the men's 100m athletics finals.

English sprinter Adam Gemili is hoping for glory in the men's 100m finals.
English sprinter Adam Gemili is hoping for glory in the men's 100m finals. Credit: PA

English 15-year-old weightlifter Rebekah Tiler, dubbed Britain's strongest teenager, is also looking to score gold as she competes in the 69kg class at 12.30pm.

English shooter Charlotte Kerwood is going for a fifth Commonwealth title in the single trap this morning.

While Jersey gymnast Charlotte Pollard, 15, will make history as the first gymnast from her island to take part in a Games.

Tour De France Grand Depart: 'beginning of great things for Yorkshire'

The Tour de France came to a finish in Paris yesterday after three weeks of racing. Millions watched the Tour's Grand Depart in Yorkshire and organisers say the race was the beginning of great things for the county. Welcome to Yorkshire's Gary Verity and Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme have been speaking to ITV Yorkshire about the legacy of the event.

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Vincenzo Nibali crowned Tour de France champion

Italian Vincenzo Nibali has won the 2014 Tour de France after enjoying a safe passage to Paris in the ceremonial final stage.

Germany's Marcel Kittel won the sprint finish on the Champs Elysees to take the race's 21st stage while Nibali came home safely with the main body of riders to complete his overall victory.

Vincenzo Nibali
Astana rider Vincenzo Nibali has inherited Chris Froome's Tour de France title after the British rider crashed out of the race in its first week. Credit: Sirotti/PA Images

Lizzie Armitstead tweets after La Course by Le Tour crash

Cycling champion Lizzie Armitstead from Otley competed today in La Course by Le Tour, a new one day race for female cyclists. She was involved in a crash in the final kilometre of the 91km race.

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Well 2 bike changes and a crash, Paris you didn't deliver my romantic dreams! Going home with stitches but I'll be fine :)

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Thank you to all Brits out on course, the tour started in Leeds and I felt proud to race and see Yorkshire flags still lining the streets :)

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